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  1. 'Repertoire,' Nancy Singleton Hachisu, and shishito peppers2018/06/30
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  2. Remembering Anthony Bourdain2018/06/23
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  3. The Water Show2018/06/16
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  4. Mark Bittman on grilling, the business of beef, and historic Filipinotown2018/06/09
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  5. Nigella Lawson, peaches, and reimagining Jewish food at Freedman's2018/06/02
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  6. Ramadan's culinary traditions, what's next for the Farm Bill, and avocados2018/05/26

    Congress failed to pass the Farm Bill last week. What tanked the legislation? London author Anissa Helou discusses some foods traditionally eaten after sundown during Ramadan, in addition to other foods of the Islamic world. And how is one of LA’s best chefs secretly running a clothing line? Plus, Jonathan Gold returns from Japan with a deepened respect for chef Yoshihiro Narisawa.
  7. Massimo Bottura's purpose, 'Autentico,' and the struggle to eliminate tipping2018/05/19

    What makes a meal authentic? Rolando Beramendi thinks it’s about capturing the culture by using imported ingredients. The use of an old recipe can also connect immigrant cooks with their families’ food traditions. Chef Massimo Bottura has a plan to reclaim unwanted food—and along with it, people’s dignity. Also, Jonathan Gold enjoys the vibrancy of El Coraloense’s aguachile .
  8. Fuchsia Dunlop's LA trip, 'Chinese Soul Food,' Tucson's foodways2018/05/12

    Our annual pie contest went off without a hitch! Now, meet the winners. Tired of all the sweet stuff? We’ll dig into LA’s Sichuan food scene with Fuchsia Dunlop and also with Jonathan Gold during his update on the LA Times Food Bowl. Hsiao-Ching Chou has some tips on cooking Chinese food for the first time. Also, find spring onions at the market this week.
  9. An LA pie crawl, rhubarb, and composting2018/05/05
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  10. Melissa Clark, clay pot rice, and the LA Food Bowl2018/04/28

    New York Times columnist Melissa Clark explains the pressure cooker craze. Culinary scientist Ali Bouzari says cooking boils down to eight essential ingredients. Looking for crispy rice in the San Gabriel Valley? Jonathan Gold has just the place. Gustavo Arellano remembers Latino supermarket maven Doña Teresa Reynoso. Also, a preview of the LA Times Food Bowl.
  11. Booze & Vinyl, Zagat's new owner, and Trap Kitchen2018/04/21
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  12. The rise of the chef, BraveTart, and bento boxes2018/04/14
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  13. Forging knives, lab-grown 'meat,' and iconic food writing2018/04/07
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  14. BONUS: Food Book Fair LA (Pt. 2)2018/04/02

    This is our second and final bonus episode from the Food Book Fair LA that was held in downtown LA from March 2-4, 2018.
  15. David Chang, a 'rogue' restaurant guide, and Noma reopens2018/03/31
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  16. Extended Interview: David Chang2018/03/31

    This is the extended version of Evan Kleiman’s conversation with David Chang, chef and founder of Momofuku and creator of the hit Netflix show Ugly Delicious. Evan and David go deep on a wide range of topics, including the arc of his career, the demise of Lucky Peach, his friendship with Adam Perry Lang, and his new media company called Majordomo Media.
  17. BONUS: Food Book Fair LA (Pt. 1)2018/03/26

    The Food Book Fair recently came to downtown Los Angeles from March 2-4, 2018. The event has been called the “Coachella of writing about eating.” This bonus episode features a live recording of a panel that Evan Kleiman appeared on about the future of food media, as well as an interview with Food Book Fair co-directors Kimberly Chou and Amanda Dell. This the first of a two-part series.
  18. Thai food, from Bangkok to SoCal2018/03/24
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  19. The Farm Show2018/03/17

    We revisit our conversation on the state of America’s farmlands and the people that control our nation’s agriculture. As policy, the climate, and the country’s needs change, we examine some of the greatest challenges facing the farming community: new legislation, modern farm life, escalating suicide rates amongst farmers, and more.
  20. The Water Show2018/03/10
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  21. Chicago's South Side barbecue, a Koreatown guide, and food in cinema2018/03/03
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  22. Brian Boitano, José Andrés' philanthropy, Pete Wells on harassment2018/02/24
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  23. Kitchen Creativity, Deb Perelman, and the myth of 'easy cooking'2018/02/17
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  24. Curtis Stone, true crime in food, and gopchang2018/02/10
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  25. Will Guidara, mezcal, and learning "Knife Skills"2018/02/03

    Will Guidara talks hospitality after opening The NoMad Hotel in LA. Former Good Food producer Gillian Ferguson heads to Oaxaca for a lesson on mezcal. Thomas Lennon’s “Knife Skills” earns an Oscar nom. We’ll hear how the Whole Foods diet began with hippies and long-hairs, and we’ll see if Laura Avery can get a date at the market. Also, Jonathan Gold visits Newport Beach for French food.
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